Do you have any actual changes on this xml one or is it just the new version?
Compatible with the OP8 5G UW?Original Post UPDATED with LATEST BSG GCam for our OnePlus 8 Pro.
Still 8.1 version, but fixes a few things and brings more natural colours. XML improves noise reduction on all 3 back lenses while retaining a lot of details.
BSG will release another update, in the future, which will allow full control over the Front lens (which is currently not available on his release). This should allow to soften the skin tones and make it more pleasant, for example...
Yes, this GCAM (snap version) is compatible with the Wide-Angle lens from our device.
So you use 2 different xml files for daytime and nightshot? I noticed that with the regular xml there's a green tint in nightshot which doesn't happen with the nightshot xml.Hi bud,
Well, here is the latest app 'update log':
- fixed work of ColorTransform
- changed the parameter "quality of extended HDR +" (added new correction algorithms, division into photo modes).
- fixed the work of additional lenses on some devices.
- Fixed minor bugs in the modification.
Concerning the XML settings file, there would be too many (small) changes to list them all. But all I can say is the latest XML, included in this post, provides some better colour reproduction, with a bit less saturation than before (the ColourTransform options have been changed), and more pleasant Reds, Greens & Blues. Some Developer parameters have been modified too, as well as some minor modifications in the RamPatcher area for all 3 main back lenses, and the JPG quality setting has been reverted back to 'Default' (95%), as I could not really see any visible improvement (even at a pixel level) when checking files saved at a higher setting.
I'd recommend to always stick with the latest XML, but I would also recommend to experiment with your own settings as well...
Okay, thanks for this feedback. May I ask what exact version of the app you use (GVw, or older)? What version of the XML (v2.3, or older)? I used to have this green tint on older versions of the app & xml, too, not much anymore...